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Re: X starting but nothing shows on the screen




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On 2010-05-10 09:47 +0200, Anthony C
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ampbell wrote:

> Which kernel? With 2.6.32-5-685, X always locks up here? The mouse
> freezes and all the keys are inactive so I have to do a hard reset. This
> happens with both the nv and vesa drivers.

You should try nouveau or fbdev with that kernel.  The 2.6.32-5-$ARCH
kernel autoloads nouveau.ko which provides kernel modesetting, and both
nv and vesa are not compatible with that.

Sven


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